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05 Dec 2014 15:49:09
Just a quick one, I was told that Tiote is set to be sold and that the club were looking at Nigel De Jong as a replacement. Most likely that it would be in the summer the two moves happen, as De Jong is out of contract then. But certainly Nigel's reps have been sounded out regarding if he would be keen on a return to English football and if he would be looking to sign a pre-contract in January

Ed001   Ed001
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Please not nigel de jong.

I'd personally just buy a playmaker as we have Abeid and Colback who can both play as holding midfielders.

JToon JToon

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Nigel de Jong is 30 now and for that reason I can't see it. If Tiote goes I think its more likely we'll sign Dele Ali from Mk Dons. Colback and Abeid have been brilliant.

gmtoon

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I would love us to sign Ali, but I reckon he would come with a hefty price tag and fierce competition from liverpool. Kara is a name that has been floating around, he is a DM/CB playing for Genk. Could be used in defence if we have issues and if Abeid continues his form.

DannoToon

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Tiote might be sold but I can't see De jong, too old. We should have looked at Song before the 'ammers got him.

Jimmy1976

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Totally agree with that jimmy. I think he would have been the solution to our play maker problems, he's been giving west ham great control of games since he went there.

JToon JToon

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30 Nov 2014 09:19:02
read that arsenal are after sissoko, 15m.
We seem to always lose our best players in Jan, how can we build momentum. Was it really worth flogging Cabaye last Jan? Could we not arrange something like a loan back or only sell players in the summer?

Unless its compelling like Andy Carroll.

desree

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Sissoko has to be kept, Gouffran, Cisse, Williamson and possibly Tiote all need to be sold in January.

JToon JToon

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Agree Jtoon, although other clubs aren't keen on buying our worst players?!

desree

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Agree jtoon and i'd throw in sammyammy if anyone would take him

Destoon

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Yeh, Cisse has scored his seasons quota already. I'm not sure what has happened to Gouffran. Tiote I feel like he has been fooling us all into thinkng he was a great player!

Williamson is a decent lad but not PL standard.

Marveaux may be like a new signing when he comes back!

desree

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Desree.
Arsenal are still trying to sign Khedira and failing that Kramer from Leverkusen so fingers crossed they'll leave Sissoko alone. He is bound to be the centre of rumours by the way he is playing.

gmtoon

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28 Nov 2014 12:52:31
We have released our first batch of profile badges, there are 21 of them, for you to earn. They are all available through playing our new free to play game, Flat Out Horse Racing, which is currently being converted to HTML5 to enable it to be played on mobile devices too.

Currently the badges will just show up next to your name when you post, after you gain them, but Ed033 is working on your profile to create a place to display them on there. You will be able to see that by clicking on the link at the top of the page currently marked 'My Recent Posts', though the name will be changed in the future to reflect it being more than just a place to see your recent posts.

You can check out other people's profiles simply by clicking on their name under a post, and be taken to their profile page. Currently it has space to load in a profile picture, their avatar is displayed, a box showing how they are doing in the correct score comp, one showing their progress in Flat Out Horse Racing and their recent posts. Oh and any info, such as team supported, they have chosen to submit.

We are working on a number of additions to the profiles though, including showing profile badges, albums to keep previous profile pictures and avatars in, enabling you to switch to a previous one more easily and for people to keep track of the ones you used to use when you posted. Those are just the beginning of the upgrades we are working on bringing to the sites, with many more free to play games and competitions on top of that.

Thank you all for your support, and I hope you are happy with the changes we are making and continue to be regular contributors to the site.

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04 Nov 2014 21:57:41
Yohan Cabaye expected to be sold/loaned in january.

Newcastle in with a chance?

JToon   JToon
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I wish. We would really be firing with him back in the team. Can we make a move for demba too?

desree

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Better Playmakers out there.
Cabaye wants Champions league football. He won't get that at Newcastle

Cabaye means Sissoko playing wide best leave Cabaye where he is and concentrate on the players we have and as we will and in January sell Tiote and Santon and buy Quality CB and Striker and a young up and coming Playmaker out of the De Rossi and Pirlo mould

vida

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Ed, not sure if I heard this probably but is it true we have first refusal ok Cabaye?

JToon JToon

{Ed002's Note - No.}

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Off to Real Madrid to replace Modric
One thing for sure NO debate about him coming back to NUFC like Remy has no interested in the Toon

vida

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Vida why did Remy chose champs league football, working with Jose Mourinho and the likelihood of winning the league when he could have played for us?

Surely Cabaye won't be stupid enough to snub us so he can play for the biggest club in the world. What can he possibly gain by playing with Ronaldo, Bale, Khedira, Rodriguez.

desree

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Des Stotty cakes and Good Old Newcastle Food along with Broon Ale just did not figure in their life style
I don't think Pardew and Ashley's policies to finish mid table and no interest in winning cups had anything to do with it.

There again

vida

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Cabaye gets greggs cheese and onion pasties flown direct to Paris

desree

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Cabaye will not get in the Real Madrid team

Destoon

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Modric is better than Cabaye.

geordietoon

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27 Oct 2014 20:15:13
Some interesting developments at Rangers. None other than Derek Llambias is interviewing for the CEO role. Mike Ashley has to see Rangers as a serious investment now surely?

If Newcastle get relegated then Ashley will have to give up one of the clubs. He seems to have shown more interest in Newcastle lately. Do you think he might be looking at Southampton and perhaps show a bit mor ambition?

desree

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Des Llambias was kept happy for a while now, Ashley has cincerns what he might come out with
Snakes in rhe grass m8 bet you seen a few of them where you are

vida

{Ed007's Note - Mike Ashley has only given the club currently trading as Rangers a £2m LOAN in exchange for 2 seats on the board and security over 2 of the club's main assets, the Albion Car Park and Edmiston House. Ashley's influence at the club has grown but he already has the naming rights to Ibrox and also runs the club's retail department, he doesn't need to invest anything, if anything it will be more and more loans to keep them solvent. If it hadn't been for the £2 million loan the club currently trading as Rangers would have went administration. The £2 million loan is expected to run out at the end of November or beginning of December.
I keep saying it, there is nothing worth Mike Ashley investing serious money in the club currently trading as Rangers, he has everything that makes money sewn up in onerous contracts, and that's without us going old ground about the actual financial difference in income from an SPFL team (who MIGHT, and that's hell of a big MIGHT) get into the Champions League group stages within the next at least 5 years, if they're lucky, and ANY EPL team who has the guarantee a share from the SlyTV deal down there. The club currently trading as Rangers need major investment in the coaching staff (they don't have any scouting set-up), the team, Ibrox Stadium and their training ground. He wouldn't get much change from £100 million, and that's a conservative estimate, the stadium is a crumbling mess to the extent they airbrush official photographs of the outside to smarten it up.
Is Mike Ashley going to invest that and keep paying the running costs all for the chance of getting £2 million for winning the SPFL and a slim chance of circa £10-15 million if they reach the CL group stages? Newcastle received £78.8 million from TV alone last season, he wouldn't even make that much from the Ibrokes side winning the CL. People are saying that he would get free advertising in the CL, but that's bollox, CL official sponsors are used in the games, the pitchside adverts etc
Mike Ashley has had the money coming into the club currently trading as Rangers sewn up for months, all him giving them this £2 million loan has done has strengthened his grip on their income for very little output, and his output was only a loan.
What state do you think any club is in if it needs to borrow £2 million in October just to tide them over, Mike Ashley isn't interested in Rangers, he's only interested in protecting his income from them, and he's done that already. Mike Ashley does not own any more of the club than he did last month but he does have more power.
I wonder when he will ask for the £2 million back? I'd say when he knows they don't have it which will give him ownership of the Albion Car Park and we'll see a nice new Sports Direct Superstore built on it.
I've explained before about how things work up here with the press, Newcastle fans shouldn't pay any attention to it. The press an the supporters have championed every spiv that has came through the door for years, the press described Craig Whyte as 'a billionaire wealth of the radar' he bought the club for a £1 and couldn't even afford to paye PAYE and NI although he deducted it from the player's wages, they're grasping at straws up here but the truth is Mike Ashley doesn't need to do any more, he's got all the bases covered, retail, naming rights of Ibrox (for £1), 2 men on the board and control over 2 major assets, and he still doesn't own more than 10% of the club. I expect he will ask for Ibrox as security for his next loan and Murray Park (the training ground) for the loan after that. He's also supposedly working on a deal where him and Charles Green will own the club crest and brand and will rent it to the club to use, they will also look at renting back Ibrox to the club if they can secure ownership of it as described above.
We're still waiting on a court case between Craig Whyte and Charles Green over ownership of the club, it might not have been Charles Green's to play with after all.}

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Good assessment ed
I agree with you, with the large amounts of money Ashley is making from Newcastle with the tv deals etc. there is no benefit in him selling newcastle and buying Rangers.

The only thing we can hope for under Ashley is that the penny drops and the wallet losens a little. I've always thought someone like Nicola Cortese who is out of work, a footballing-business man who I think would be great working alongside MA, and can guide and develop newcastle as a PROPER football club and still keep the profits flowing in for Ashley.

JToon JToon

{Ed007's Note - Cheers, JToon, that's appreciated mate. Look I'll hold my hands up and freely admit that I'm a Celtic supporter and as a Celtic supporter I am taking the greatest delight in seeing the ongoing problems at Ibrox, who wouldn't if it was one of their rivals that went bust, were liquidated and made the same mistakes with their ew club, would you feel sorry for Sunderland going into liquidation or vice versa?
And before I get accused of just being some bitter Celtic fan here's a newspaper article from a Scottish newspaper dated the day AFTER my above post on here about Ashley wanting control of the clubs crests and badges. I'm not on here trying to diss the club currently trading as Rangers (although as a side issue it's amusing), I'm just trying to give you NUFC fans a clearer picture than what the Scottish media as a whole will do, papers like the Daily Record and the Scottish S*n aren't going to tell the truth in case it upsets their target audience which is the Ibrox club's fanbase, they've been caught out doing it so many times there's far too many to even start listing them.}

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Ed7 Whilst your on what happened to the 78m

vida

{Ed007's Note - That's the £78m question buddy, nobody knows! Charles Green bought a chateau in Normandy and moved over there, he's supposedly sold his shares but there's no paperwork to back that up. Board members and the manager (£800k salary for managing in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th tier of Scottish football, who's kidding who here?) were getting 100% bonuses for winning the leagues, directors getting 100% as a settlement when they were leaving, it was a constant gravy train with money flying out the door in all directions to Charles Green and his associates. Their wage bill for playing staff is something like £7/8 million which isn't a lot in the grand scheme of things but they were paying this for a team to play against brickies and postman for the first 2 years after the club was relaunched, there were young lads finishing their shift on a Saturday at 12 bells and rushing to play at Ibrox, it was a joke. McCoist is a terrible manager and an even worse coach, he wasn't capable of building a young team and progressing through the leagues that way, banking money as they went along. The fans wouldn't have accepted that though, they have such a superiority complex and are so far up their own ar$es they think it's their divine right to be at the top of the Scottish game, no matter what needs to be done to get there, some supporters are calling for administration or even liquidation just so they can shed their debts again, after stiffing 276 creditors to the tune of £55 million before, from the local face painter (£40) and newsagents (£567) to the millions owed to HMRC.
This is just the next step in the same plan, to make as much money out of it as possible for shadowy anonymous hedgefunds and money mad men like Charles Green and Ashley.}

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Very interesting Buddy but surely 78m must show in the accounts as income. Problem is it takes 1 year minum to see those accounts

Lets face it like AEK Greece Rangers are needed in the top division even if it let's the Celtic fans and I know many justify why they are No 1 in Scotland.

vida

{Ed007's Note - Have a wee read at this, that explains it better than I could lol. As for having them in the top division, I think I'll decline to comment on that one except that after what they done as the old club with the finances and have now ran the new club the exact same way shouldn't be allowed, in any country with any club, you can't justify what is basically cheating just because of TV money or sponsorship when other clubs are struggling trying to run themselves according to their income and do things the right way. It was because of Rangers spending money they shouldn't have been spending a lot of Scottish clubs ended up having problems from trying to keep up best they could, it's only over the last couple of years a lot of smaller teams have sorted themselves out.
If Man Utd were relegated and the EPL said we can't relegate Man Utd, they're the biggest draw in the league would you agree with it? Think of this scenario, it's pure fiction and not based on any hard facts before I get the Russian Mafia and Ed002 afer me! How about Abramovich getting into money trouble and it coming out that all his spending was actually a Russian bank's money and he hadn't spent a dime of his own money, he'd pulled the wool over everyone's eyes. So Chelsea get liquidated and end up relaunching in the 3rd Division down there and another Russian buys the assets for £5m, a few months later it turns out the new owner is one of Ambramovich's close pals and Chelsea are spending crazy money again paying EPL wages in the 3rd Division etc Then after a couple of years they're sitting top of the Championship, the place is still a financial mess, nobody knows who owns what and they are borrowing money from month to month to even meet wage bill, there's even court cases hanging over them regarding ownership, would they even be allowed promoted to the EPL with FFP rules and do you think that's fair on teams who are working hard and trying to stick to their budget, someone like Burnley for example getting relegated and this new Chelsea 2 get promoted? Surely that's not fair, to me that's cheating. Burnley could have went and borrowed multi-millions and not bothered about any of the consequences. There's got to be a line drawn somewhere and I'm hoping, if implemented in the right way, the FFP will help even things out but we all know that's a big IF.}

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26 Oct 2014 21:44:36
Well done to the winners of the October Correct Score Competition
1st - tomhen 32 pts
2nd - rosowl 29 pts
3rd - ormerodm 28 pts

The page has now been updated for the start of the November comp - Good luck to everyone and a reminder it is open for everyone to join in.

Cheers
Ed 003

Ed 003   Ed 003
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07 Oct 2014 18:04:00
Newcastle have had their plans to redevelop the training facilities at Benton approved.

JToon   JToon
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I wonder if the people who ticked 'disagree' either don't believe they plans are approved (which they have) or they just don't agree with the club improving their facilities?

geordietoon

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06 Oct 2014 14:49:35
Another LW is rumoured to be targeted by NUFC! Player is 18 year-old Birmingham City left winger Demarai Gray. Just what the club needed another LW to go with the load of LWs we already got! When are we going to buy 2 RWs instead?

Tigerwhenroused

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05 Oct 2014 09:45:30
Newcastle have agreed a deal to sell m'biwa to Roma in January whilst Cheick Tiote is attracting interest from Liverpool

JToon   JToon
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01 Oct 2014 10:49:50
Tiote has stated he wants to leave Newcastle in January.

Don't blame the lad really, he's a top player and he is my favourite at the moment, but if he wishes to move on from our mess of a club then I wish him well.

He deserves a move to a top club with ambition, however maybe we might get in a good young manager who will convince him to stay, but that hardly looks likely.

We are a joke of a club, and that's the truth.

JToon   JToon
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No need to send in the Clowns they are already here!!!

art

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Tiote was going to go sooner or later why havnt we been getting Bigi trained up as replacement oh ye Pardew stone carver

Destoon

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29 Sep 2014 20:48:35
The September Correct Score Comp has now finished well done to the winners;

1) wembley78 26 points
=2) rosowl 24 points
=2) Grahamd80 24 points


Thanks to everyone who has taken part - The table for the October monthly comp will be reset before weekend and the overall league table has been updated,Once again thanks for taking part and a reminder everyone is welcome to join in.

Cheers and good luck.

Ed 003

* Please don't reply to this post take any q's to the comp page *

Ed 003   Ed 003
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27 Sep 2014 00:42:33
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley says Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew will be sacked if he loses their Premier League game at Stoke City on Monday. Independent (external)

Well Well not long to wait then!!

vida

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19 Sep 2014 16:44:46
By all accounts it's not just the fans Pardew has lost, it's the players as well unsurprisingly. Steven Taylor was overheard telling someone that the players were taking bets on when Pardew was getting sacked! There really is nothing left for Pardew here except his paycheck over the next 6 years or so. #pardewout

SirV22

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Hopeflly the final 20 minutes of saturday is a springboard for the season.

In fairness to Pardew the team has always struggled when we haven't had a recognised striker.

I am willing to back the team and keep dreaming. All I want to see is some effort and a bit of intent to win a game of football.

desree

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15 Sep 2014 05:42:59
Apparently talks held between Ashley and Pardew mean that Pardew will not be sacked and given until Christmas to turn the fortunes of the team around in addition Graham car is being blamed for some of the signings that have been recently been made, so once again the blame lies elsewhere as neither of these two fools will take any responsibility for the poor state of the team.
Only a rumour but this wouldn't surprise me at all

We the fans are keeping Ashley and Pardew at Newcastle and some fans for obvious reasons cannot attend matches however I for one starting Saturday will not be going to any more matches until Pardew's been sacked.

vida

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Sounds right, Carr will go somewhere else and do a great job.

Pardew will stay and get us relegated.

It looks like Pardew is staying, as we say in Oz 'Strewth'

desree

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Vida: respect; your second para says it all. You may be late, but staying away is the only action that makes sense.

Vic

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Seems a bit early to blame Carr or the new signings, big problems are CBs, none of them Carr finds or recent signings, and the failure of attempts to sign a top striker. That surely is down to Ashley's refusal to cough up the big money necessary. And where's Chucky? And why on earth did Pardew allow Lascelles to go back to Forest! We need him and Good NOW!

Vic

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13 Sep 2014 17:55:27
ssn have confirmed Pardew is in talks with Ashley

JToon   JToon
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Well well well well, I'm always a positive person, but today, tactically. And passionately, we were 2nd best.
Pardew looked a sacked man sitting in the dugout.
Newcastle were shocking, and unless they sack this man, I for one will never go back.
They are shocking, and will go down, Mike sack this man, he has no ball's for the fight.



unk

toonlol

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Toonlol they weren't as good as shocking

Destoon

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He won't be sacked, unfortunately. And of course he won't walk. Carver also losing the plot, I know he cares about the club but so do I and 1 thing I know is that I'm not good enough to manage or coach the 1st team.

I think he'll get to 10 games until it starts to worry Ashley.

geordietoon

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Carver has never had the plot to loose. Weve relied entirely on scouting to find good players only for the coaching staff to destroy them, the list is endless but I'll offer up santon as a good example. Facing off fans whove spent good money supporting their team is the final straw.

barrie37

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Pardew was in talks with Ashley prior to yesterday and again yesterday before the match. Simple instuction from Ashley win this one.

Talks do not include anything about football only costs

vida

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13 Sep 2014 16:57:14
Ya getting sacked in the morning

trs1971

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11 Sep 2014 09:37:20
Good Morning
Could be my sources are correct BUT like some I still have my reservations by virtue of the money Ashley is asking.

I hear that this is a serious attempt to sell the club and that is why from a selling point of view Ashley has allowed spending to replace players and put the training facilty etc in good order. It's a plan let's hope so.

And NO he is not buying Spurs at 1b however you never know it's his boyhood club.

Someone give doubting Thomas. Vic a nudge.

vida

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Ashley has been linked with Rangers FC for some time.

Fatdave

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Yoo hoo, vida, here I am, still doubting. Trouble is, you still don't tell us your sources, and the rumours have been rumbling around for years but never seem to amount to anything. Perhaps he will sell - I hope so - but we've had our hopes built up before. But fingers crossed, your informant may know something. Interesting post on banterpage from a Gers fan, implies that if they go into administration again ashley's contracts with present Rangers club would lapse. Anybody able to confirm? Still think Ashley can get all the advertising opportunities he needs without actually buying the club outright. He's got the naming rights for £1, FFS. And if he loans them afew bob he might get them out of a hole and get other lucrative deals - club shop, etc - for next to no risk.
But ideally for us, he'd sellup here, buy Gers and install P45 as manager. We can dream.

Vic

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11 Sep 2014 07:38:33
The Telegraph is reporting that Mike Ashley is poised to sell Newcastle, could be some substance to your rumour vida. They say he's willing to sell at £230million, and is looking for buyers from the United States.
He also gave an interview with the mirror, with nearly every question he answered "no comment"

JToon   JToon
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If Newcastle are making a profit of 30-40 mill a season then he might get some interest. knowing us we'll get some dictator who lives on a secret island and has some evil plot to rule the world! I guess that's an improvement on MA

desree

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Mike Ashley is willing to listen to offers to sell Newcastle United as he looks to bring an end to a troubled seven-year reign at St James' Park

How strange when someone mentioned this a few days ago he was ridiculed and called a Mackem by someone one on here

Shows some people do actually know what is happening

You heard anything Ed?

art

{Ed001's Note - he has never taken the club off the market, this is simply just a reminder being circulated. Nothing new, no offers yet as his asking price is too high.}

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Serious attempt to sell I hear so fingers crossed and toes and everything else.

Time for change!!!

vida

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I don't think Ashley is going to sell us anytime soon. dictator that lives on a secret island god desree m8 you read too many cowboy books pmsl

geordietom

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I read the article and it was the same article from the last time he tried to sell

desree

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I think he would sell us but just won't get the money he wants. £230m is not accurate in my opinion - he spent £135 buying it then there's the £130m loan he has granted the club. that's £265m just to break even. Obviously MA wants a profit, so £275m-£300m is more likely reality.
Randy Lerner can't sell Villa for presumably less, so what chance do we have.
Yes there's been investment in the squad and facilities but the biggest thing for me is the land sale. Not being able to expand the stadium is a big downer for any future buyer. West Ham, Liverpool, Everton, Spurs and others will follow will soon have stadiums equal to or bigger than ours. We will continue to fall behind under Ashley's leadership.

IMO the best thing that could happen is if Ashley DOES start taking money out of the club - to repay the loan he gave the club.

This will make the club more attractive to purchasers.

geordietoon

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Desree so my sources must be wrong then. Never mind give your Kangaroo a hug from me,

vida

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Actually art, I don't know what is happening, but thanks for your kind words. Ashley doesn't confide in me, or in vida either, but maybe he does tell vida's source.

Vic

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Vida I am getting a consortium together mate. Alf Ramsey and Harold Bishop are in so far

desree

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Good Lad. just the type we need Give a few people a nudge
Brian Johnson AC/DC Sting Cheryl Cole Brian Ferry Paul Rodgers Mark Knopfler
Eric Burdon and The man who took his money and ran John Hall that would be a good start.

vida

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03 Sep 2014 20:41:43
French press is saying that Ashley is considering replacing Pardew with Saint Ettiene manager Christophe Galtier.

he has to work on financial restrictions, having his best players sold every year, and still does a terrific job, he's developed the likes of Zouma, Matuidi and Aubameyang.

JToon   JToon
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This was an old rumour JToon, it may have just been recycled because of the article in the independent?

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JT you never know. Where does Ashley turn if we loose the next 3 games??

vida

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03 Sep 2014 19:59:55
The Correct Score Comp winners for August were =1 Andy64 and kevfarlech ( 32 points ) =3 John68 and greeney98 ( 30 points ).
Well done guys keep an eye on your email for notification.
Fixtures are now up for the start of the September comp - everyone is welcome to join in simply follow the instructions on the Correct Score Comp page.

Cheers and good luck

Ed 003.

*Please don't reply to this message use the comp page for chat regarding it *

Ed 003   Ed 003
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01 Sep 2014 22:30:31
I understand why we would sell good players, but why snd them out on loan. Its a real shame to see us sign talented players and not help them realise their potential.

and our squad is small as it is, why put ourselves in a dangerous position and get no financial benefit from it. Good luck MYM and HBA, hopefully if you come back we have a manager in place who can get the best out of you.

desree

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I don't know what to say anymore. Over to Johnny Rotten. "ever get the feeling you've been cheated'

You hear so much but they deliver so little. Toon born and bred but my son is a liverpool fan all the way.

stoggin12

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I might become a Hull fan, they have a better team and manager than NUFC!

It is a joke that we buy players with such potential then let them rot or give them away for nowt or next to nowt.

Whilst I'm no fan of players lacking professionalism Pardew is the least professional manager we have ever had (apart from JFK).

1 step forward and 10 steps back to bottom of the league this season is my prediction.

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Worst thing is that we're probably still paying part of his wages. This was all down to Pards, get him out of this club.
I hope there's a call back clause, I want hba back when Pards leaves.

geordietoon

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At 8/1 on there's little chance of pards leaving anytime soon. I don't condone booing at games but the contempt which pardew has for fans intelligence deserves it.

desree

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What's worst still, Ashley let this happen. He's basically throwing away money because Pards fell out with HBA.

geordietoon

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Apparently he is in the huff with MYM too? Pardew has lost the dressing room everywhere he has managed.

If there is one thing that will get you sacked under Ashley then its losing him money.

desree

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If and when Llambias tells his story it will be interesting However I think Ashley is keeping him sweet as inside going ons could be the last straw for the fans

vida

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01 Sep 2014 21:39:59
That 48 point target is looking a bit of a stretch now!

desree

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32 points will be the aim come January and that could well be relegation

vida

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Vida: I respect your opinion, but aren't you being a tad pessimistic? This sort of talk does kind of look like a troll's attempt to piss on our season, don't you see? Some people's pot is half full, some people's half empty, but yours has just a few drops of yellowish liquid in the bottom.

Vic

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01 Sep 2014 21:34:55
shefki Kuqi spotted at north shields ferry, he just asked my source for 4 quid so he could get the metro to St James park before deadline!

desree

{Ed024's Note - I'm guessing that's not true.........that ferry is £4.50.}

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Shefki Kuqi got on the wrong metro, he was on his way but has been stopped by checkies as he doesn't have a ticket. Looks like another one we couldn't get over the line!

desree

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01 Sep 2014 20:38:34
Are you actually serious Ben Arfa is apparently on his way to Hull after being forced out by pardew despite the player wanting to stay

JToon   JToon
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Have just seen that as well, you just know he would torture us if that goes through.
Switch the box off boys, santa clause ain't stopping here!

trs1971

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I don't see Ben Arfa going but if he does he probably won't play against us because it's fairly standard to put in a clause preventing the player from playing against his parent club.

glasgowtoon

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The only positive I can see in that scenario is HBA looks like a 15m player. Ashley sees that as clear evidence Pardew is no good. We bring in Steve Bruce who HBA loves playing for and we actually have a decent boss who cares about the club. Bruce is used to dealing with mental owners and will handle Ashley well.

Dreaming I know but I can't handle another relegation.

desree

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01 Sep 2014 14:17:11
Rumours that we're moving for Nastasic on loan since Alderweireld may be going to Southampton, Richards is going to Fiorentina on loan and Celtic are trying to block Van Dijk from leaving.

glasgowtoon

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MYM spotted at Roma. Ridiculous he's our best CB at the club while Steven Tayor is just there laughing

JToon JToon

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Jermain defoe is on his way to toon.
in the race for welbeck aswell

stetoontoon

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01 Sep 2014 15:09:34
Defoe won't happen, Welbeck won't happen. Newcastle need or should have got rid of fringe players that are not good enough. instead we loan out MYM (who should be ahead of Taylor by miles). There are plenty of players that could have gone but its getting too late in the day. BTW we wasted too much time on trying to get that Lyon forward. I would have gone for Bacca, Richards and Sinclair. nevermind

Jimmy1976

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31 Aug 2014 22:59:30
I can just see us letting Mbiwa go and then not getting a replacement and being left with Taylor Williamson and Collo, what's happened to Curtis Good

Destoon

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Injured I think isn't that why he missed the world cup? Although I may have seen something saying Dundee wanted him on loan again so maybe he's there.

glasgowtoon

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01 Sep 2014 11:39:11
Mbiwa would be our best centre back in my opinion if we played him for a bit, Curtis Good is still injured after being ruled out of the World Cup.But where are Streete and Mbabu?

ToonMatt

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31 Aug 2014 10:35:39
Apparently we are set to sign Toby Alderweireld on loan with a view to buy from Atletico. Former Ajax team mates Vurnon Anita and Siem de Jong helped him choose Newcastle over the likes of Liverpool, Southampton and Arsenal.

JToon   JToon
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Apparently JT. what about all the other apparently's Know Anything because we are poor very poor

vida

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What we have seen so far the team is one of the poorest in the Premiership
and unless something exceptional happens by tomorrow night & essential players are brought in the season will get worse not better

art

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Yeah we've not won yet, but I think its a bit early to panic. Were just taking a little while to get settle down. And some of the clubs who will ultimately struggle have had a good start. No need to panic just yet. See how the first game back after break goes.

We do need one player in though - either a defender to stop goals goiing in or a striker to balance out the goals we will let in!

danieljp

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He must have had a good chat with anita, jaanmat and de jong as his preference is southampton

desree

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Yep Desree your right thst is whete he us going

art

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28 Aug 2014 16:10:14
Reports that Ashley has accepted we need a goal scorer and has approved a move for Remy who you'd imagine is desperate to get out of QPR

glasgowtoon

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29 Aug 2014 13:20:49
He has snubbed us yet again, we need bin this guy off yes he is a good player but the club is bigger than him and he doesn't think it is, I'm sure we all want players that want to play for us he doesn't so leave him be now is what I say.

ToonerLR

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Off to chelsea to fill demba ba's bench spot.

desree

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Jamie redknapp has said that arsenal and chelsea have both been watching his situation and he will be sitting at a new club by monday. He is keen on Arsenal as he is french, but an extra bit of russian money would soon persuade him get pitch side seats watching costa

DannoToon

{Ed024's Note - I'll have a £5 on Chelsea.}

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28 Aug 2014 15:44:14
toon are trying to get danny welbeck and micah richards in before the window closes. welbeck to be toons main striker and richards as CB to partner collo.
also ben arfa is coming back into the 1st team.

mbwia is on way out

stetoontoon

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28 Aug 2014 15:54:03
Mbwia is on his way out, Richards is a possibility. Welbeck . . not a chance.

Michipper

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Richards maybe. I know Pardew would like Welbeck but it's unlikely. Mbiwa's agreed to move back to France but I don't think the club's agreed anything yet.

glasgowtoon

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Don't understand why M'Biwa is on his way out when Taylor is nowhere near the player MYM is

JToon JToon

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Wellbeck will want champ league football but tbh I don't rate him up there as a central striker, too much of the same as we have already. We should go nesting next door and get whickham from the mackems, big strong kid with an eye for goal.
Along with Richards that would get bums on seats. come on Ashley one last splash out!

trs1971

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We don't do transfer deadline day buys as the players are overpriced. Players out yes, players in no, unless they come in on loan.

I reckon Ashley would rather play upfront himself then splash 16m on Remy

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27 Aug 2014 20:48:45
Newcastle have made an offer for Micah Richards while Marseille have reportedly approached us for Mapou Yanga-M'Biwa in a loan deal with a view to buy.

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